|Eddie The Rat - Drop Me Off In Denpasar [csr035] - Eddie The Rat|
Drop Me Off In Denpasar started out as a bunch of piano exercises I wrote for myself to develop my finger independence for piano. The idea was to have each finger play a different rhythm separately as a drummers arms and legs do between kick, snare, cymbal, etcAs I became more comfortable with them, I slowly started playing the patterns together and it became a piece of music rather than (hopefully) just "finger-wanking." The title references the capital of Bali, where I was soon to be leaving t...
Keywords: Eclectic; Instrumental; Avantgarde
|Eddie The Rat - Lip-synching At Zero-Gravity [csr011] - Eddie The Rat|
Another piece of the Ongoing Construct, this episode from the file of Eddie the Rat finds Pete Martin and friends in a most convivial mood. Because, in actuality, this stuff is surprisingly adrift. That's not a bad thing; I kinda like meandering now and again. And I really like where these pieces wander. Whenever I think an idea has been exhausted, I'm always pleasantly surprised by new insight. This is the sort of abstract experimental album that might well appeal to a more mainstream crowd...
Keywords: Acoustic; Avantgarde; Found Sounds; Experimental; Eclectic; Improv
Downloads: 20,758 (2 reviews)
|Edith Frost - Demos [csr027] - Edith Frost|
Tracks 10 & 11 With Ryan Hembrey, Jim Becker, Jim White Art by Davina Pallone All songs written and (c) by Edith Frost / (p) Marfa Music (BMI) except where indicated. You're now holding in your digital hands some of the original sounds that have wafted from the home studio of Edith Frost over the last decade. Before the acclaimed albums Wonder Wonder, Telescopic, and Calling Over Time were rendered, this was Edith's sound, lonesome and unadorned...
Keywords: Acoustic; Country; Pop
Downloads: 72,134 (1 review)
|Erick Gallun - Sound Field Furrows [csr033] - Erick Gallun|
Currently residing outside of Boston, the creator of the Sound Field Furrows conducts experiments in sound perception. The works on this disc were all created by organizing sounds recorded in the streets, at the ocean, in churches and across the globe. In these pieces, repitition and silence are the keys to focusing attention. Check out more information about this recording on it's Comfort Stand release page.
Keywords: Found Sounds; phonography; Field recording
Downloads: 13,858 (1 review)